Take a school caretaker, a kitchen sink and a young electronics engineer, and you have the start of a new pioneering solution.
As with many other great ideas it all started in a kitchen sink. Since then Neets, the manufacturer of advanced, easy -to -use, control systems, has become the Scandinavian market leader within its field. All it took was a school caretaker at a Danish University who got fed up with the profusion of remote controls that interfered with the teachers efficient use of the schools audio -visual equipment.
To find a solution the caretaker contacted a local supplier of audio -visual products, who was unable to suggest a better way. However, one of his employees, a 25 -year -old electronic engineer named Tue Steen Andersen, believed he had the solution.
Today, eight years after Tue Steen Andersen started making printed circuits and other electronic equipment in his kitchen sink, Neets has established a highly respected
position in Scandinavia as a supplier of control systems for conference rooms and auditoriums.
The systems controls beamer, screen, light, DVD, Video, and any other relay/LAN/RS -232/IR controlled devices - easy and manageable.
The elegant design of the control systems match a broad range of electric switchers and other wall -based installations.
And now Neets will launch it's third control system - The Neets Control - FoXtrot, a small control system that like Neets' other products combine functionallity and design.
For more information please visit us at ISE 2007 booth A100
+45 75 666 099